I have had the privilege of teaching Ikebana Japanese flower arrangement to over 150 students from every corner of the world. My Ikebana classes are really international and my students are men and women of all ages, from 10 to over 80 years old, and from all walks of life.
I am taking a break from teaching regular, weekly classes for the first half of 2018. I am delighted to say that some of my most senior students are now running classes in and around London. If you’d like more details, please contact me.
I may, however, run one or two weekend intensive courses in Ruislip. To register your interest, please contact me.
If you’d like to see some of my students’ arrangements, take a look at my students’ picture gallery.
I have Ikebana lessons and classes for all levels, from complete beginners to advanced, in Ruislip west London. So whether you are looking for a relaxing, creative hobby, to become a teacher of Ikenobo Ikebana, or something in between, I can offer the right level of tuition for you.
Weekday Ikebana lessons
My weekday Ikebana courses are six, one hour Ikebana lessons, usually spread over six weeks. Classes are on Wednesdays and Thursdays, both day time and evening. I run six courses each year.
For classes availability, to book your course or for more information, contact Junko through our contact form.
Weekend Ikebana lessons
To accommodate people who want to study Ikebana but live too far away to travel to Ruislip every week, I also run Ikebana classes on some Saturdays. Students can study two or three, one hour lessons per session on two or three Saturdays over a full six lesson course.
And for those of you living even further afield, I have introduced weekend intensive courses. My weekend courseshave been great successes and I will be running more weekend courses during 2017.
To find out more about Saturday classes and weekend intensive course availability or to book your place contact Junko through our contact form.
All classes are held in Kingsend, Ruislip, west London, HA4 7DD, which is conveniently served by road, London Underground, overground trains and buses: find us. For weekend courses, there are several hotels nearby if you need to stay overnight.